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MFW report SS 17

Italy’s finest. From baby doll sweethearts to architects and tropical dreams, we round up the best of Milan Fashion Week.

Fluid movements

MISSONI
From clean cut stripes to soft organic lines – it was all about colour blocking with those signature knits and prints at Missoni SS 17.

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO
Sculptural forms to refined tailoring, Salvatore Ferragamo SS 17 embraced pops of colour and delicate floral prints.

A journey of love

DOLCE & GABBANA
Dolce & Gabbana’s SS 17 collection tells a story of Tropico Italiano with prints, embroidery, embellishment, lace and so much more.

MARNI
Extra baggage. Marni’s SS 17 collection saw tailoring move away from the body with extended sleeves, oversized shirts and draping.

Outer reaches

JIL SANDER
Tailoring with an edge. Jil Sander is all about the shoulders, lengthy sleeves, oversized shirts and airy trousers for SS 17.

BOTTEGA VENETA
Always and forever. Bottega Veneta celebrated its 50th anniversary with caramel pleated skirts, crocodile prints, quilted leather and a guest appearance from Lauren Hutton.

Summer tan

TOD’S
Leather revamped. From the classic jacket to leather t-shirts and trenches, culottes and skirts; Tod’s SS 17 collection featured classic cut shapes in olive, tan and prints.

VERSACE
Inspired by the present and future, Versace took a spin on sports luxe with leather bomber jackets, lightweight nylon jumpsuits and checks. Motorcycle diaries.

Young hearts

GIAMBA
Soft, tonal hues mixed with textures of ruffles and frills, prints and lace. Freedom in movement.

SPORTMAX
Read between the lines. Sportmax SS 17 was all smooth sailing with voluminous coats and jackets, oversized linen pants and fine knit dresses.

Toughened up

DIESEL BLACK GOLD
In soft, neutral hues, Diesel Black Gold SS 17 touched on feminine silhouettes with a utilitarian edge.

GIORGIO ARMANI
Soft layering and fluid draping characterised Giorgio Armani’s SS 17 collection in a cool meditation on the female form.

Girls, girls, girls

MOSCHINO
Inspired by Valley of the Dolls, Moschino’s cut-out collection exuded seduction.

PRADA
Feathery highlights. A mixture of prints and overlaying sheers, Prada’s SS 17 woman has a future so bright.

Colour screen

EMILIO PUCCI
Hello summer. Emilio Pucci’s SS 17 offering infused signature rich colours with soft drapery and graphic prints.

MAX MARA
Inspired by architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi, Max Mara SS 17 brings forth powerful palm prints, nylon bomber jackets and jumpsuits. In the jungle.

She’s eclectic

FENDI
Quirky girls. Fendi SS 17 brought an array of stripes, pyjama silks and baroque prints.

ROBERTO CAVALLI
 Gathering inspiration from Greece and Ibiza, Roberto Cavalli showed off flared bottoms and fringed jackets fit for another 70s throwback.

 Textures at hand

NO. 21
From lace netting to embroidery and knits, No. 21 touched on dark and light colour. Femininity redefined.

GUCCI
A dark and sultry runway for Gucci SS 17. Tiered evening dresses, embellishment and sparkle on display. Lust at first sight.